Category: Animals Used for Clothing
‘Sheep Can’t Fight for Sheep’s Rights’: PETA’s Incendiary New Campaign Targets Fashion Schools and Consumers
The future of fashion is animal-free. Here’s what PETA is doing to get the message across in time for New York Fashion Week.
You’re not a number—you’re someone. The same goes for every other animal. PETA adds up key reasons to stop labeling living, feeling beings.
PETA and Noize composed a symphony of style and compassion with vegan jackets at this year’s GRAMMY® Gift Lounge.
Did you know that the world’s wealthiest person built his fortune on animal suffering? PETA reveals how Louis Vuitton’s CEO got filthy rich selling exotic skins and fur.
“Mob wife” Edie Falco is sharing what is and what isn’t in her closet, and her revelation may put a troubling clothing trend to rest.
PETA’s ads call out Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong Un as examples of bullies who love to wear leather.
Curious about getting more involved with helping animals? PETA shows you how—and celebrates our supporters’ top 10 2023 action alert victories.
Why are high-end brands still selling “luxury leather” when animal-free and eco-friendly options are readily available? PETA reveals the rip-off.
PETA is unwrapping compassion this holiday season with a can’t-miss message in behalf of animals. Take a look at some of our SANtastic animal-friendly ads!
PETA’s 2023 Company of the Year is the “apple” of our eye for its decision to say “adIOS” to cruelly obtained animal-derived leather.
World leaders got hit with wake-up calls from animal advocates at COP28. Find out why the climate conference must go vegan.
PETA sent UGG a cease-and-desist letter over misleading claims the retailer has made about the treatment of animals used for wool and down.
Will H&M finally ditch down after PETA’s latest “bloody” stunt? Keep reading to see what we sent the company’s CEO.
PETA is celebrating Wyndham’s compassionate choice and urges other hotel chains to follow its example by choosing only down-free bedding.
“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind